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CHIPS Articles: Don’t Miss Out on Navy’s Social Media!

Don’t Miss Out on Navy’s Social Media!
By U.S. Navy - July 1, 2019
You check Instagram for great photographs, have your say via Twitter, get a LinkedIn account for career purposes and maybe even have a YouTube channel to post some niche videos. But do you know what your Navy has to offer you on social media? One of the channels to share our Navy’s story is social media.

Start exploring by checking out the latest info for Sailors on personnel policy:

@USNPeople on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

Navy Detailers on Facebook also has some valuable information for you.

Navy’s leadership on social media are on Twitter @SECNAV76, @CNO, @MCPON and Facebook:

If you are interested in Navy’s history, heritage and legacy Naval History and Heritage Command on Facebook and the Sextant blog are for you.

For great photos in action, check out Blue Angels on Instagram .

U.S. Navy videos are all on YouTube.

@NavyOutreach on Twitter lets you find your community at a #NavyWeek across the country.

Sailors have always been ambassadors of the Navy in their actions and words, at home and overseas. With that in mind, it’s important for you to understand what it means to communicate online to ensure you’re responsibly representing the Navy.

U.S. Navy Social Media Handbook, updated March 2019, is a comprehensive source for Navy leaders, communicators, Sailors, families, ombudsmen and civilians.

Don’t forget to frequently visit the NRL websiteU.S. Navy Social Media for the latest policy, guidelines, best practices, standard operating procedures, training and other resources.

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (June 1, 2019) The U.S. Navy flight demonstration squadron the Blue Angels pilots perform the pitch-up break maneuver during a demonstration at the Star Spangled Salute Air and Space Show at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City. The team is scheduled to conduct 61 flight demonstrations at 32 locations across the country to showcase the pride and professionalism of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps to the American and Canadian public in 2019. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (June 1, 2019) The U.S. Navy flight demonstration squadron the Blue Angels pilots perform the pitch-up break maneuver during a demonstration at the Star Spangled Salute Air and Space Show at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City. The team is scheduled to conduct 61 flight demonstrations at 32 locations across the country to showcase the pride and professionalism of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps to the American and Canadian public in 2019. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Schumaker/Released)
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